TABLET COATING

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the most important step in formulation of a tablet is coating.... it has many advatages,and it is the necessary step for many bitter drugs..

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Tablet coating :

Tablet coating T.SHIVAKUMAR Kottam institute of pharmacy JNTU, A.P

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INTRODUCTION Coated tablets are defined as “tablets covered with one or more layers of mixture of various substances such as Natural Or Synthetic Resins Gums Inactive And Insoluble Filler, Sugar Plasticizer Polyhydric Alcohol Waxes Authorized Colouring Material And Some Times Flavoring Materia l.

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Therapy Avoid irritation of oesophagus and stomach Avoid bad taste Avoid inactivation of drug in the stomach Improve drug effectiveness Prolong dosing interval Improve dosing interval Improve patient compliance Aspects of tablet coating:

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Aspects of tablet coating: II. Technology Reduce influence of moisture Avoid dust formation Reduce influence of atmosphere Improve drug stability Prolong shelve life

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Aspects of tablet coating: III. Marketing Avoid bad taste Improve product identity Improve appearance and acceptability

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Tablet coating is the application of coating composition to moving bed of tablets with concurrent use of heated air to facilitate evaporation of solvent. Basic principle of tablet coating

Type of tablet coating::

Type of tablet coating: Sugar coating Film coating Enteric coating Controlled release coating Specialized coating Compressed coating Electrostatic coating Dip coating Vacuum film coating

MANUFACTURE OF PHARMACEUTICAL TABLET COATING:

MANUFACTURE OF PHARMACEUTICAL TABLET COATING

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EQUIPMENTS FOR TABLET COATING Three general types of equipments are available 1.Standard coating pan e.g., Pellegrino pan system Immersion sword system Immersion tube system 2.Perforated pan system e.g.,Accela cota system Hicoater system Glattcoater system Driacoated system 3.Fluidized bed coater

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POLISHING

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Standard Coating Pan Immersion-tube system Glatt Immersion sword system Pellegrini pan system STANDARD COATING PAN

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PERFORATED PANS Accela cota system Hi-coater system

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PERFORATED PANS (continue…) Dria coater pan Glatt coater

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FLUID BED COATING SYSTEMS

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1. Film coating 2. Sugar coating 3. Press coating Main coating processes

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Traditionally sugar coatings formed the bulk of coated tablets but today film coatings are the more modern technology in tablet coating. Description of tablets : Smooth, rounded and polished to a high gloss. Process : Multistage Process involving 6 separate operations . Example of sugar coated tablets Sugar coating

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MULTISTAGE PROCESS Sealing tablet core- application of a water impermeable polymer such as Shellac, cellulose acetate phthalate and polyvinyl acetate phthalate, which protects the core from moisture, increasing its shelf life. Sub coating - by adding bulking agents such as calcium carbonate or talc in combination with sucrose solution. Smoothing process - remove rough layers formed in step 2 with the application of sucrose syrup. Colouring - for aesthetic purposes often titanium based pigments are included. Polishing - effectively polished to give characteristic shine, commonly using beeswax, carnauba wax. Printing - indelible ink for characterisation .

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1- Sealing (Waterproofing) This involved the application of one or more coats of a waterproofing substance in the form of alcoholic spray, such as pharmaceutical Shellac (traditionally) or synthetic polymers, such as CAP. ( Unless a modified-release feature needs to be introduced, the amount of the sealing coat applied should be carefully calculated so that there is no negative effect on the drug release characteristics in case of immediate release product.) (WHY Sealing?) a- Sugar-coatings are aqueous formulations which allow water to penetrate directly into the tablet core and thus potentially affecting product stability and possibly causing premature tablet disintegration. b- Application of many coats of partially or completely water-insoluble polymers in this step, enables sugar-coated product to exhibit modified-release pattern (extendedrelease or delayed "enteric"- release characteristics).

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2 . Subcoating - Large quantities of sugar-coatings are usually applied to the tablet core (typically increasing the tablet weight by ( 50- 100%) WHY? In order to round off the tablet edge. Much of this material build-up occurs during this stage and is achieved by adding a bulking agent such as Calcium carbonate, to the sucrose solution. - Antiadherents e.g. Talc may be added after partial drying to prevent sticking of the tablets together.

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3- Smoothing The subcoating stage results in tablets with rough surfaces. To facilitate the color application (which requires smooth surface), subcoated tablets are smoothed out by a thick sucrose syrup coating. 4 - Coloring Color coatings usually consist of thin sucrose syrup containing the requisite coloring materials. (water-soluble dyes or water-insoluble pigments may be used) This step must be done into a clean pan deprived of any residues from the previous operations.

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5- Polishing After the coloring step, the tablet surfaces tend to be smooth but somewhat dull in appearance. To achieve glossy finish, final stage involving application of waxes (beeswax carnuba wax) is employed. 6- Printing Different tablets could be identified by manufacturer' logo, product name, dosage strength or other appropriate code. For sugar-coated tablets, such identification could be only achieved by printing process using special edible inks.

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Brufen® POM Available in 200mg and 400mg strength Premarin® POM Conjugated oestrogens 625mcg (maroon) and 1.25mcg (yellow) Colofac ® P Mebeverine hydrochloride 100mg Round, white, sugar coated Kalms ® GSL 45mg Hops powder,90mg Gentian powdered extract, and 135mg Valerian powdered extract EXAMPLE OF SUGAR COATED TABLETS

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SUGAR COATED PROCESS

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Modern approach to coating tablets, capsules, or pellets by surrounding them with a thin layer of polymeric material. Description of tablets : Shape dictated by contour of original core. Process: Single stage process, which involves spraying a coating solution containing the following; Polymer Solvent Plasticizer Colourant The solution is sprayed onto a rotating tablet bed followed by drying, which facilitates the removal of the solvent leaving behind the deposition of thin film of coating materials around each tablet. FILM COATING

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Advantages Produce tablets in a single step process in relatively short period of time. Process enables functional coatings to be incorporated into the dosage form . Disadvantages There are environmental and safety implications of using organic solvent as well as their financial expense. Types of film coating Immediate release Modified release

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Polymer

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31 2.Plasticizers Plasticizers are generally added to film coating formulations to modify the physical properties of the polymer to make it more usable. One important property is their ability to decrease film brittleness . Examples of plasticizers are: polyols , such as polyethylene glycol 400 organic esters , such as diethyl phthalate oils/ glycerides , such as fractionated coconut oil. In general, only water-miscible plasticizers can be used for aqueous-based spray systems.

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32 3.Colourants Any permitted colourants in a film coat formula are invariably water-insoluble colours (pigments). Pigments have certain advantages over water-soluble colours: they tend to be more chemically stable towards light, provide better opacity and covering power , and optimize the impermeability of a given film to water vapour. Examples of colourants are: • iron oxide pigments • titanium dioxide • aluminum Lakes.

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33 4.Solvents Modern techniques now rely on water as a polymer solvent because of the significant drawbacks that readily became apparent with the use of organic solvents.

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Nonenteric materials : e.g. Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC) Methylhydroxy ethyl cellulose (MHEC) Ethylcellulose (EC) Hydroxypropyl cellulose (HPC) Polyvinyl pyrrolidone (PVP) Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose (Sod. CMC) Polyethylene glycols (PEG) Acrylate polymers e.g. Eudragit E Enteric materials: e.g. Cellulose acetate phthalate (CAP) Acrylate polymers ( Eudragit L, S) Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose phthalate (HPMCP) Polyvinyl acetate phthalate (PVAP) MATERIAL USED FOR FILM COATING

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The vast majority of film coated tablets are produced by a process which involves spraying of the coating material on to a bed of tablets. Accela Cota is one example of equipment used for film coating. Accela Cota

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Accela Cota

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Film coating Tablet appearance Retains shape of original core Small weight increase of 2-3% due to coating material logo or ‘break lines’ possible Process Can be automated e.g. Accela Cota Easy training operation Single stage process Easily adaptable for controlled release allows for functional coatings. Sugar coating Tablet appearance Rounded with high degree of polish Larger weight increase 30-50% due to coating material Logo or ‘break lines’ are possible Process Difficult to automated e.g. traditional coating pan Considerable training operation required Multistage process Not able to be used for controlled release apart from enteric coating. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FILM COATNIG & SUGAR COATING

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use of compression to form coat around a pre-formed core used mainly to separate chemically incompatible materials also dual release patterns possible PRESS COATING

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40 To separate chemically incompatible materials, one or more being placed in the core and the other(s) in the coating layer. However, there is still an interface contact left between the two layers. In cases where even this is important then the process of pre coating can be taken one stage further. It is possible to apply two press coatings to a tablet core using suitable equipment. This equipment produces press-coated tablets with perfect separation between active core and coating, as the two can be separated by an inert middle layer . press coating is used

COATING DEFECT:

COATING DEFECT

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